Postgraduate Medical Education Ottawa
The Faculty of Medicine offers 68 postgraduate training programs leading to certification by the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). We offer a unique bilingual (French/English) teaching environment with a multi-cultural student population. We have one of the largest foreign trainee population in Canada. There are currently approximately 830 residents and 170 fellows registered at the University of Ottawa.
Teaching hospitals affiliated with the University of Ottawa include:
The University of Ottawa and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) are currently partners in offering some Royal College specialty medical training programs. For more information on UO/NOSM programs, please visit the NOSM Postgraduate website.
Canadian Postgraduate Education Rules and Regulations are governed by each Provincial Ministry of Health. Each province also has its own licensing authority.
Verbal or written inquiry should be addressed to:
Postgraduate Medical Education
Faculty of Medicine
How Doctors Think
Book (Mariner Books)
IOM Graduate Medical Education Report: Better Aligning GME Funding With .. — Health Affairs
The report and recommendations recognize and build upon the existing infrastructure overseeing medical education, training, credentialing and licensure.
NYU Langone Medical Center Partners with Education Leader Kaplan, Inc., to .. — Newswise
We look forward to supporting health practitioners through high-quality, interactive medical education training programs that improve patient outcomes and increase ROI for health systems.” As the program continues, additional clinical conditions will ..